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  • PROJECT DESCRIPTION : KMR DEMOLITION B509 & B522 AND REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL, HILO, STATE OF HAWAII, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, HAWAII ARMY NATIONAL GUARD, JOB NO. CA-202007

    LOCATION : HAWAII ARMY NATIONAL GUARD KMR GROUNDS 1304 KEKUANAOA STREET HILO, HAWAII 96720

    SCOPE OF WORK/SPECIFICATIONS:

    Supply of all necessary materials, labor, and use of tools and equipment to implement and complete, in safe and acceptable procedures and workmanship, the total abatement of all building components containing hazardous materials, and total demolition, removal, and disposal of Bldg. 509 (Organizational Classroom) and Bldg. 522 (Indoor Firing Range), in strict compliance to the rules and regulations on materials bagging, storing, handling, transporting, and disposal, set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and by the Federal, State, and Local Agencies. The principal work items shall be but not limited to the following:

    A. Workers and adjacent building Users’ protection; B. Preparatory work; C. Total abatement of building components containing hazardous materials

    (bagging/storing, handling, transporting, disposing, or recycling); D. Total demolition work; E. Ground encapsulation (remediation); F. Final clean-up; G. Reports.

    A. Workers and adjacent building Users’ protection. 1.) Certified Industrial Hygienist:

    To ensure health protection to abatement Workers and adjacent building Users, the Contractor shall hire the services of a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) with working experience in the asbestos and lead-contaminated dust, and other hazardous materials abatement work, to monitor the air quality inside and outside the confined areas during the abatement work. The CIH shall be given authority to order the Contractor’s Project Manager or Superintendent to stop the abatement work at any time he/she determines that the site working conditions are not within the specification requirements and applicable regulations. The work stoppage shall continue until corrective actions have been taken and specified conditions restored to the satisfaction of the air monitoring specialist.

    2.) OSHA Competent Person:

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  • The Contractor shall hire/assign, as member of the abatement team, an OSHA accredited “Competent Person” who shall have the responsibility to ensure that the compliance program for the project is adhered to by all personnel at the project site.

    3.) OSHA required Compliance Program: The Contractor shall prepare the OSHA required written Compliance

    Program for the purpose of preventing employee exposure above the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) and address how that will be done whether that be through the use of engineering controls, respiratory protection, or by use of good work practices.

    4.) Site security a.) The work areas are to be restricted only to authorized, trained, and

    protected personnel. These may include the Contractor’s employees, the HIARNG/FMO Project Manager (FMO PM) and his assigned Inspector, the Facility Users’ Safety Officer, State and Local Inspectors, and any other designated individuals. A list of authorized personnel shall be established prior to job start.

    b.) A Visitor/Worker Entry Log shall be maintained. c.) The Contractor shall have control, subject to the approval of the FMO PM

    and the HIARNG Facility Commander, of security in the work area and in proximity of Contractor’s equipment and materials. The Contractor shall take whatever necessary steps necessary to safeguard his work and also the property of the State and HIARNG.

    5.) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) The Contractor must provide the minimum regulation requirement for

    Personal Protective Equipment to all Workers, FMO PM and Inspector, HIARNG Safety Officer, State and local Inspectors, and other authorized personnel while in the construction site and when entry to the work areas is necessary.

    NOTES: IMPORTANT CORRECTIONS ON BUILDING NUMBER DESIGNATION AND DESCRIPTION The attach Hazardous Materials Survey Report described Building 509 as the Medical Building and the Firing Range as Building 552. Corrected building description and building number designation are as follows:

    - Building 509 (Organizational Classroom) - Building 522 (Firing Range)

    B. Preparatory Work: 1. Application and procurement of all necessary Permits from all concerned

    Government and Private Agencies, for the demolition of structures and transport of hazardous materials to recycling plants or dump sites.

    2. Application of permit and secure approval, if required, from the Department of

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  • Transportation/Airport Division (DOT/AD), for the use of mobile crane/s and other equipment of which height/s may be restricted due to the sensitivity of Airport operations and safety.

    3. Erection of temporary dust barriers along Organizational Classroom Building 509 and Indoor Firing Range Building 522 perimeters as containment barrier for debris, dust, and other airborne particles, and to prevent non-project personnel from entering the work area. Temporary dust barriers shall be erected only around buildings that a are to be abated and demolished. All other structures in the area must remain accessible throughout the abatement and demolition/removal work period. Minimum height of dust barriers are as follow: For Organizational Classroom Building (Bldg. 509) : 8 feet For Indoor Firing Range Building (Bldg. 522) : 8 feet

    4. Laying and fixing of “boom” barriers on the ground around each building before the start of abatement and demolition work, as sediment and erosion control barriers. Use the compost filter socks with twelve (12”) inch-diameter netting. Use 2” x 2” wooden stakes spaced at ten (10’) feet on centers to hold the filter socks in place. Use any brand/model provided it meets the US Army Corps of Engineers’ standard specifications.

    5. Delivery and placement to a designated area of temporary trash bin/s appropriate for storing hazardous materials before hauling/transport to permitted disposal site/s.

    6. Installation of safety/warning signs and placement of barricades and cones. 7. Cut off and cap all water lines that feed the building except the existing hose bib

    outside the building. Cover the hose bib with sturdy wooden box to protect it from being damage during demolition work.

    C. Total abatement of building components containing hazardous materials (bagging/storing, handling, transporting, disposing, or recycling):

    Hazardous materials surveys were conducted for Organizational Classroom Building 509, Indoor Firing Range Building 522, and two other building structures in the area. (The two other buildings are not included in this Scope of Work). A set of Hazardous Materials Survey Report is attach. Interested Bidder/Contractor must read the report thoroughly to have full understanding of the scope of hazardous materials total abatement work and use the data in the preparation of quantity and cost estimates.

    Prior to and during demolition work, total abatement (removal) of building components containing hazardous materials and any loose (in cans or bags) hazardous materials stored inside the building must be implemented. OSHA rules and regulations on safety and health protection of Workers and nearby building Users must be strictly complied with.

    All building components containing hazardous materials and loose (in cans or bags) hazardous materials stored inside the buildings must be bagged/wrapped,

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  • transported, and disposed with strict compliance to the rules and regulations set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and by the Federal, State, and Local Agencies.

    The Hazardous Materials Survey Report shows the leachable lead detected from the bullet trap of Bldg. 522 (Firing Range) was at

  • soil around and underneath each building shall remain in place for encapsulation.

    Notes: For Items of Work C and D, the costs of transport, disposal, and processing of hazardous and/or contaminated materials to the authorized Landfill /

    Disposal Site / Processing Plants, must be considered in the preparation of bid estimates.

    Contractor must include in their bid cost estimate the cost of transport and disposal of hazardous and/or contaminated materials required to be shipped and disposed in the U.S. Mainland.

    E. Ground encapsulation: After slab demolition and removal work, encapsulate the whole areas of

    Buildings 509 and 522 slabs’ footprints with six (6”) inches thick of planting soil and roll to a compacted density appropriate for grass planting. Areas of encapsulation shall extend outward by a least two (2’) feet around the demolished slabs’ perimeters. The additional two (2’) feet encapsulation areas must be included in the bid quantity and cost estimates.

    After ground grading and compaction, spray-plant the whole encapsulation soil with hydro mulch of same grass variety as the existing. Install temporary irrigation sprinkler systems. The Contractor shall include costs of labor and materials to continually irrigate the planted areas until the grasses have fully grown.

    F. Final clean-up: Dismantle and remove from construction sites all temporary dust barriers,

    erosion control barriers, trash bins, portable storage and toilets, Contractor’s equipment, safety signs and barriers.

    Clean all areas affected by the construction projec